C-25.01, r. 0.2.4 - Regulation of the Superior Court of Québec in family matters

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4. Notice of appeal: In addition to the provisions of section 104 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1), the notice of appeal contains the object of the complaint, the conclusions of the decision or order appealed from, and the names of the parties’ lawyers in first instance.
The Court may make any appropriate order under section 112 of the Youth Protection Act.
The notice of appeal is signed by the appellant or the appellant’s lawyer and gives give the address to which any communication may be directed.
The appellant may invoke grounds not stated in the notice of appeal by filing with the clerk of the Court a notice stating such grounds precisely and concisely, together with proof of service upon the respondent or the respondent’s lawyer, before the appeal is heard and not later than 15 days after the filing of the complete transcript of the proceedings.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 4.
In force: 2016-06-16
4. Notice of appeal: In addition to the provisions of section 104 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1), the notice of appeal contains the object of the complaint, the conclusions of the decision or order appealed from, and the names of the parties’ lawyers in first instance.
The Court may make any appropriate order under section 112 of the Youth Protection Act.
The notice of appeal is signed by the appellant or the appellant’s lawyer and gives give the address to which any communication may be directed.
The appellant may invoke grounds not stated in the notice of appeal by filing with the clerk of the Court a notice stating such grounds precisely and concisely, together with proof of service upon the respondent or the respondent’s lawyer, before the appeal is heard and not later than 15 days after the filing of the complete transcript of the proceedings.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 4.